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Who loves free music?  The NYC Shakedown has been generous enough to offer one of our lucky readers a free pair of tickets to the Friday, July 16, 2010 performance:

NYC SHAKEDOWN: ATNARKO w/ Brooklyn Sound Lab & DJ Nutritious

NYC Shakedown on July 16 @ The Bell House

NYC Shakedown on July 16 @ The Bell House

There is one pair of tickets for the @ 10PM show with doors opening @ 8PM

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RT this to be in a drawing to WIN 2 Free tickets to see NYC Shakedown (@djnutritious) at NYC’s @BellHouseNY on July 16th!! #tinyragerblog


The Dirty Deep Tour hits NYC!

Atnarko’s own sleek productions—which he describes as “funky and fun”—have been pressed for underground imprints like Nightshift Recordings, Tango, Kolour and Robsoul. His collaborations with British house-legend Huggy as “Formidable Force” for the 2020 Vision label has indeed landed in the record crates of the world’s top house DJs who prize their quirky, yet floor-movin’ vibes. Atnarko has appeared on Ministry Of Sound, OM, Fabric, Street Beat, Fat City, Network, Astralwerks, and more. He’s also an in-demand remixer and well traveled club DJ who wants nothing more than to drop a groove down your spine (and inspire a smile on your face).

Atnarko also co-owns Eight-Tracks along with Q-Burns abstract Message. Eight-Tracks is a vinyl based label dedicated to releasing conceptual house music with a post-modernist—read: subversive—slant.

Joining in this evening will be a debut Live-PA performance by Brooklyn Sound Lab, the crunchy closed-circuit production duo of U-Melt’s Zac Lasher and Josh Parrish. Brooklyn Sound Lab combines their years of live electronic music experience with the studio skill and precision that brought you U-Melt’s latest album, Perfect World… and it’s all bangin!

VJ Mamiko Kushida is on brain duties with her ever smashing avant-garde visuals and Nutritious hits the decks in his old-nabe with a new bag of picks…

10 bux at the Bell House 149 7th St, Brooklyn (in the Gowanus area of Park Slope)

10pm-4am, 21+

F, G or R TRAINS-9th Street & 4th Avenue stop

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